eMotion and eCognition Selected Papers and Publications


Human Technology Interaction

Crowell, C. R., Narvaez, D., & Gomberg, A. (2005). Moral Psychology and Information Ethics: Psychological Distance and the Components of Moral Behavior in a Digital World. In L. A. Freeman, & A. G. Peace (Eds.). Information Ethics: Privacy and Intellectual Property. Hershey, PA: Idea Group, pp. 19-37.


Shermerhorn, P., Scheutz, M, and Crowell, C. R.. (2008). Robot social presence and gender: do females view robots differently than males? Proceedings of the 3nd ACM IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction, Amsterdam, Netherlands: ACM/IEEE.


Crowell, C., Shermerhorn, P., Scheutz, M. & Villano, M. (2009). Social presence effects of gendered voice and robot entities: perceptions and preconceptions, Proceedings of the 2009 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots ans Systems, St. Louis, MO: IEEE-RSJ.

Autism and Stroke Projects

Diehl, J. J., Schmitt, L. M., Villano, M., & Crowell, C. R. (in press). The clinical use of robots for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders: A critical review. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders (2011), doi:10.1016/j.rasd.2011.05.006


Villano, M., Crowell, C. R., Wier, K. Tang, K., Thomas, B., Shea, N., Schmitt,  L. M., & Diehl, J. J. (2011). DOMER: A Wizard of Oz Interface for Using Interactive Robots to Scaffold Social Skills for Children with Autism

Spectrum Disorders.  Proceedings of the 4th ACM IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction, Lausanne, Switzerland: ACM/IEEE.


Kennedy, M. W., Schmiedeler, J. P., Striegel, A. D., Crowell, C. R., Villano, M., & Kuitse, J.  (2011). Enhanced Feedback in Balance Rehabilitation using the Nintendo Wii Balance Board. Proceedings of the IEEE Healthcom 2011 - Technology Enabled Personalized Medicine: IEEE-Healthcom.  BEST 2011 CONFERENCE FULL PAPER AWARD WINNER

Cognitive and Imitation Processes

Kreager, R., Crowell, C. R., & Villano, M. (2010). Context effects on imitation: How action context can modulate imitation performance. Proceedings of the Indiana Academic of Social Sciences Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, IN: IASS.
 

Biggs, A. T., Kreager, R. D., Gibson, B. S, Villano, M., & Crowell, C. R.  (in press). Semantic and affective salience: The role of meaning and preference in attentional capture and disengagement.  Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance.
 

Crowell, C. R., Moskal, J. R. Burgdorf, J., & Panksepp, J. (in press). Top down causation in the brain: Some promises and challenges.  In G. Auletta, I. Colage, & M. Jeannerod (Eds.). A neuroscience approach to top down causation. Vatican City, IT: Vatican Press.

Technology-Related Ethics

Barger, R. N., & Crowell, C. R. (2005). The ethics of parasitic computing: Fair Use or Abuse of TCP/IP Over the Internet? In L. A. Freeman, & A. G. Peace (Eds.). Information Ethics: Privacy and Intellectual Property. Hershey, PA: Idea Group, pp. 143-161.


Crowell, C. R. & Barger, R. N. (2007). A meta view of information ethics. In M. Quigley (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Information Ethics and Security. Hershey, PA: Idea Group.


Scheutz, M., & Crowell, C. (2007). The burden of embodied autonomy: Some reflections on the social and ethical implications of autonomous robots. Proceedings of the 2007 IRCA Conference. Rome, IT: IEEE-RAS.


Crowell, C. R. (2007). [Review of the book Cyberbullying and cyberthreats: responding to the challenge of online social cruelty, threats, and distress]. Journal of Moral Education, 36(4), 539-541.


Scheutz, M., & Crowell, C. (2008). Robot autonomy: some ensuing ethical questions. Proceedings of the 2008 NA-CAP Conference. Bloomington, IN: IACP.

NOTE: Dr. Crowell has other lines of research in educational technology and Organizational Behavior Management you can learn more about here.